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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with my coffee one morning, and delicious pikelets with home made marmalata the next. (George has nearly mastered the espresso maker!) Anoeta gave us a few hints on other 'must sees' in the area, with Stromboli top of the list. We booked for a trip on Tuesday. The smaller boats leave from Marina Corta, a superb area, a real fishing hub with men organising their nets and fish hooks, and the bars and eateries they frequent, as well as serving the tourist trade. Mrs Philips-Reece, ...
... was pretty trashy but had comfy beds and then we headed off to get some dinner and see some sights. I can now say I have seen and thrown a coin into Trevi fountain but unfortunately it just didn't have the same plop as we had hoped, more of a tinktinkting as it hit the cement bowl of the empty pool! (even though we knew it was under repairs and covered in scaffolding) we did get to walk over the fountain, which ...
We knew this day was coming but it came too soon.... Time to farewell a thousand people in one foul swoop! We had it all planned, starting at 12 and hopefully finishing at 6 so we could finish packing and cleaning before heading to rome tomorrow for a day before saying goodbye for a while to this amazing continent. We got up and I packed everything in sight the headed out to Zia chichina, zio Pippo and Maria's to say goodbye ( approximately 10 ...
After lunch with family we headed up with a first class, drive up to the top, locals pass with Andrea and Barbara to the Tindari to have a wander and view the old church which has been closed for nearly 100 years as it is perched precariously on the clifftop. It is open to the public occasionally and today we were lucky enough to see inside. We spent about an hour looking around and then headed up to see the Grecian ampitheatre and ...
After a late night ( or should I say early morning) yesterday we had a very slow start to the day, having brunch at 11. Went to the beach for a quick walk, chatted with an American couple who spend 5 months here every year and then a swim and home for gnocchi lunch at ...